We had two separate apps for about 2 years now. Mac and Windows versions had different interface, processing engine and feature set. I’m happy to say we merged two apps into one.
Windows users get new photo processing engine that leverages power of multi-core processors and capable of handling 50,000 photos at once. Also, new version is able to watermark hi-res and CMYK images. If you bought new Nikon D800 camera, we’ve got you covered.
Mac users get new watermark filters: shadow, glass and gradient from older Windows version. Plus, the capability to export watermark templates to share across your organization.
We made it easier for new customers to jump-in and now it’s much easier to start using it. If you come from older version, we prepared a quick start guide for you.
We upgraded all current customers to the new version. So, simply download new version and use your key to activate it. Hope you’ll enjoy it.
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This tutorial is for Adobe Photoshop Elements. If you own Adobe Photoshop, here is a tutorial for you.
Whether you are a photographer, web designer or blogger, you’ve most probably had to deal with the headache of protecting your digital photos copyright. It’s easy enough to watermark, let’s say, ten or twenty pictures. But what if you have to process 10K pictures?
Batch image processing can make this process extremely faster and nearly painless. In this article, you’ll learn how to add the watermark to multiple photos in a batch using Adobe Photoshop Elements 11.
Get Started Watermarking
Run Adobe Photoshop Elements 11. Go to the File menu and select ‘Process Multiple Files…’ as shown in the screenshot below:
Digital photography is not simply about taking pictures, the editing of these pictures is one thing that make it so flexible and exciting, allowing stunning post production effects and touch ups. Choosing the right software to assist you in this process can be daunting, especially for amateur photographers.
The most popular photo editing software on the market is undoubtedly Adobe Photoshop. Most professional photographers use this software, which is known as Adobe Photoshop CS5, although it is quite complicated and takes a lot of learning, plus it is rather expensive. However, many of it’s basic edition options are easy to understand, therefore a beginner user may obtain exceptional results. Adobe Photoshop CS5 is not recommended for amateur photographers, it is best to start with the simpler, and much less expensive versions.
I’m very proud to show you the very first screenshot of Visual Watermark working on my Mac. It’s just a baby, not a real program, but it already runs and shows selected pictures. Here is it (click to enlarge):
If you saw our scetches, you may notice the program looks a bit different. That’s true – we changed it according to the feedback we got from our mates developing for mac for many years. I will appreciate any comments from you as well.
Hey, stop! When will we get a real program? I expect to see the first beta (test) version in 2 or 3 weeks and a final release within 5 or 6 weeks. Not so long, actually. Probably, it will be a gift for the Independence Day:)
Here I watermark a series of images using Photoshop and then using Visual Watermark – a specialized watermarking software. The latter works better for watermarking, but Photoshop has so many features… and it is a single program that can do everything.